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I Want My M.T.V. (and iPod, and I.M.)

Most students think they can rock out to music or watch television (or both) while they're studying, but researchers at UCLA suggest those types of study habits aren't as successful as hitting the books without the distractions. While the news may not make students happy, it gives parents and teachers more fodder for encouraging students to study without the electronics. The story is posted in The Washington Post's Health Section.

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